Hackney Wild E5 Bakery London Fields 765g: ONLY AVAILABLE
Hackney Wild E5 Bakery London Fields 765g: ONLY AVAILABLE
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Hackney Wild, E5 Bakery, London Fields, 765g

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1 X E5 Hackney Wild Loaf 675g is available on a Sunday

 

On Saturday the Sour Dough bread that will be available is from the Bread Station, London Fields.

 

The e5 bakehouse country loaf is made with a blend of heritage and modern wheat grains, which are grown and milled in the UK. The loaf has a chewy, moist and open-textured crumb, and a mildly sour and wheaty flavour.

INGREDIENTS

Organic heritage white wheat flour, white wheat flour, organic wholemeal rye flour, water, salt.

 

E5 Bakehouse is an independent, organic bakery in a spruced up railway arch beneath London fields Station.

 

E5 Says:

 Everything we bake, make or sell embodies our passion for artisan methods, organic local products and delicious food. Our breads are entirely hand-crafted, baked daily at sunrise by our team of bakers. We stone mill onsite and source other flours from local mills. Our bakery is home to a small, committed group of bakers, chefs and baristas, and we do our best to promote the work of local artists and entrepreneurs.  It is our belief that to bake beautiful and nutritious sourdough loaves, requires a clear conscience and a great deal of respect and care for our leaven- the life of our sourdough.

 

Created from a simple passion for quality bread and the joys of a back garden wood fired oven. Slowly, over the past few years we have grown organically; new elements added, recipes honed and with the help of our loyal customers the Bakehouse has flourished. With a strong desire to involve our surrounding community, we have learnt our trade though collaboration, study and experimentation and the support and feedback of our local neighborhood. It is an ongoing process which we hope to continue through work with local schools, community projects, artists and entrepreneurs.